Joe Newman (basketball)

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Joseph (Joe) F. Newman (born March 25, 1937) is co-founder and CEO of the American Basketball Association (ABA). He was formerly owner of the Indiana Legends, which played two seasons in the ABA. He was also CEO of Joe Newman Advertising, Inc. for twenty years, and CEO of Alliance Broadcasting Group, Inc. for seven years.[1] He and his wife Connie reside in Indianapolis, Indiana and have six children and eleven grandchildren. Newman is also the founder of the Bully-Free ABA! campaign.

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  1. ^ "Skyliners? Houn' Dawgs? Meet the new ABA 2000". ESPN. Retrieved 15 November 2014.